Earlier in the month (the first day to be precise) I went for a birthday brunch at No.11 Pimlico Road, after reading about it whilst gushing over photos of it on Bonjour Luce’s post. I had such high hopes for this place but I felt really let down after it, especially as it was my birthday.. We arrived at about 11:25 (a little later than booked but we called ahead to let them know) and were rushed to our seats being told we had 2 minutes to order before the brunch menu finish, I understand that they have times attached… View Post

Okay so most of you should have moved in by now, or you’re about to. This post is dedicated to decorating your uni room. For me, decorating my rooms have always been important and a homely room makes it all so much nicer. Your halls/landlord are going to be really strict about decorating, and at the end of the year you may get a big chunk of your deposit taken away from you all because of bluetac marks (note- white tac doesn’t help). I’ve also got a few tips on how to avoid this! First year In Halls  Second YearFirst… View Post

As you read this, I will be packing up all my stuff for the last time (huge sad face) as I head back to Bournemouth for my final year! Going into my 3rd year, 4th if you count my placement year, I feel like I have a bit of experience and advice on the subject. This post will be dedicated to how to settle in, and cope with living in halls. First up, everyone is in the same boat as you. The chances are, the majority of the people you will meet have also moved to a city they don’t… View Post

Last Bank Holiday weekend, I headed to Reading Festival for the day, which I’m sure you would of guessed if you follow me on instagram. It was my first time at Reading and I couldn’t believe how tiny it was! After going to Glastonbury it felt tiiiiiny, and I couldn’t get over the fact you could see every stage or tent from one place! I can now understand why everyone says it’s nothing compared to Glasto! Another strange thing that I have never experienced before, it that it’s in the middle of a town unlike being on a farm, and a… View Post